This statement is attributed to Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot Michael Brown.
“It is with deep sympathy that I come to you today. What happen, has happened and I can’t do anything about it. I wouldn't change anything because I felt as though I would have died if I didn't take action on that black kid. This has nothing to do with race. But in all honesty I don't think he would have attacked me like that if he was of a different background. He was very aggressive. I wanted to get those cigarillo’s back from him that he stole, but he simply wouldn’t let them go. He punched me several times and it felt like a huge black gorilla was pouncing on my face. I thought my face was going to explode. As you can tell from the photos, they are very gruesome and I wish this on no one. I am truly sorry that I killed Michael Brown. I didn’t want to shoot him so many times. I felt maybe two or even three shots would have done the job. I have a child and I wouldn’t want my child to go through what Brown went through, it was just an awful situation. But I do apologize for everything if my actions hurt anyone. This situation has made me a better man; I am just grateful that I can now watch my child grow. So please I ask all of you for peace.”
Is this statement genuine? In internet searching I have only found one source for it and it does not seem a very legitimate source.